Irish Rose & Lace
This is a Baby Afghan that I made for my sister-in-law.
It's made with a shell stitch and loop-n-lace to stitch the pieces together.
This brightly colored zig zag afghan took about a week to complete.
It is large enough to fit a full size bed.
Pretty In Pink
This afghan I made for my niece. It took me 4 days to crochet and another day to weave the ribbon around the edges, stitch the name on and stitch the lace on the top and bottom. I apologize that I do not have the dimensions for this one. I gave it to her before I measured it. It's my sister in the background and she stands about 5'6" if that helps you gage the size of this afghan.
Colorful Granny Squares
This is a baby afghan I made for my daughter years ago.
It's very special to me because my Great Grandmother made
the colored squares in it and I worked in the pink squares
and the fringe.
This afghan took me over 2 months to create, but I was also working long hours at another job and couldn't dedicate the time needed to complete it sooner. I refer to it as my 'Boxer Blanket'. It's a series of small 'granny sqaures' combined to create a larger 'granny sqaure'. Then another larger 'granny sqaure' crocheted around that. It measuers 50" X 60".
This afghan I made for another niece of mine. It measures 30"X40".